Your Move, CNN: New Yorker Fires Jeffrey Toobin for Exposing Himself
On Wednesday afternoon, The New Yorker did the right thing in formally firing longtime staff writer Jeffrey Toobin for having exposed himself during an early October staff Zoom call simulating Election Day with New York’s NPR affiliate WNYC. Unfortunately, there was no word on his employment status at CNN (where’s currently on leave) other than an article from conservative media…
FLASHBACK: CNN Guy Who Exposed His Penis Called Clarence Thomas Weird
Thirteen years ago this week, CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin trashed Clarence Thomas as an isolated, “eccentric” weirdo on the Supreme Court. This coming from the guy who, in 2020, would expose his penis during a Zoom call.
Jeffrey Toobin Suspended After Exposing Himself on Zoom Call
Cue the jokes, NewsBusters readers. On Monday, The New Yorker announced that staff writer Jeffrey Toobin had been suspended for having exposed his genitalia and allegedly engaging in a sex act during a Zoom call last week between New Yorker staff and journalists with New York City-area NPR affiliate WNYC. Toobin, who’s also CNN’s chief legal analyst, was “granted”…
Beyond Depraved: Media Defend Child-Exploiting ‘Cuties’ Movie
Several big name publications have decided to go on the defensive for a Netflix movie that hypersexualizes little girls. And to think, some of us are unsure about calling the media the “enemy of the people.”
New Yorker Promotes Study: ‘95% of Women’ Happy With Their Abortion
Just in time to benefit the radical pro-abortion policies of a Biden/Harris ticket – which many have called the most pro-abort political platform in American history – lefties at The New Yorker published a piece on a study saying the “95% of women” who had abortions said it was the “right decision” thing for them.
'Absurd' Query to McEnany: Is Trump Sad the South Lost the Civil War?
White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany had to deal with what she called "absolutely absurd" questions at Monday's press briefing. Ryan Lizza of The New Yorker asked the president believed "it was a good thing that the South lost the Civil War?"
New Yorker: 'Embarrassment of Democrats Wearing Kente-Cloth Stoles'
Did you find the sight of Congressional Democrats kneeling while wearing kente-cloth stoles on Capitol Hill to be a cringe-worthy example of virtue signaling? Well, you are far from alone. Even many liberals shuddered at the sight including Doreen St. Félix of the very liberal New Yorker.